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Credo Adds New Publisher Collections

Credo announced earlier this week the addition of new publisher collections on the Credo Reference interface.  The following Collections are now available on Credo Reference:

  • ABC-CLIO (4 Collections) – Artists of the American Mosaic, ABC-CLIO Collection, Contemporary World Issues, World Mythology
  • Ashgate – Research Companions Collection
  • Berg Publishing– Cultural Histories Collection
  • Berkshire Publishing – Berkshire Publishing Collection
  • CABI – Agricultural Collection
  • Greenwood Publishing (3 Collections) – Guides to Business and Economics, Love and Courtship, Greenwood Publishing Collection
  • IGI Global – Applied Technology Collection
  • Kucer’s – The Use of Antibiotics Collection
  • Longman (Pearson Education) – Companions to History Collection
  • MIT Press – MIT Press Collection
  • Praeger – Women’s Psychology Collection
  • SAGE Reference (11 Collections) – Criminology, Education, Environment, Geography, Health, Management, Political Science, Psychology, Research Methods, Sociology, SAGE Reference Collection
  • Wiley-Blackwell – Psychology Collection

Credo Reference Adds Ashgate Titles

Credo Reference is adding a Publisher Collection from Ashgate. Fifteen comprehensive, specialty titles will soon be available on the Credo Reference platform.

Ashgate publishes over 60 reference titles annually in humanities and social sciences. The titles to be available through Credo Reference are representative of the cutting edge research for which the company is known. The Ashgate Research Companion Collection will be available by subscription or purchase on the Credo Reference platform. The diverse Publisher Collection inclusions are Ashgate Companion and Ashgate Research Companion titles to: Continue reading

NetLibrary tops 200,000 eBooks, adds 35 new publishers

Received this press release from Bob Murphy at OCLC:

35 new publishers add more multilingual content to NetLibrary eBook and eAudiobook collections

NetLibrary now offers more than 200,000 eBooks and more than 13,000 eAudiobooks from more than 550 publishers

More titles, more choices for library users worldwide
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